Roasted Brussels Sprouts {Two Ways in One}

Roasted Brussels Sprouts {Two Ways In One} – An EASY way to try TWO different versions of Brussels Sprouts in one!! There’s Sweet and Spicy Sprouts AND Traditional Roasted Sprouts! So different and both SO GOOD!!

Roasted Brussels Sprouts {Two Ways In One} - An EASY way to try TWO different versions of Brussels Sprouts in one!! There's Sweet and Spicy Sprouts AND Traditional Roasted Sprouts! So different and both SO GOOD!!

If you’re a Brussels sprouts fan like I am, this is the perfect way to try two different versions and flavors of sprouts in one.

That’s right, this is an easy flavorful Thanksgiving and Christmas side dish recipe that’s made on the same sheet pan, and cooks in the same amount of time, but with totally different flavors.

Twice as nice is the way I like to think of these Brussels spouts.

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Roasted Brussels Sprouts {Two Ways In One} - An EASY way to try TWO different versions of Brussels Sprouts in one!! There's Sweet and Spicy Sprouts AND Traditional Roasted Sprouts! So different and both SO GOOD!!

Sweet and Spicy Roasted Brussels Spouts

For this version of Brussels sprouts, I tossed the sprouts with toasted sesame oil, sweet chili sauce, McCormick Garlic PowderMcCormick Black Pepper or McCormick Black & White Pepper, and McCormick Crushed Red Pepper.

Look for Thai Kitchen Sweet Red Chili sauce in the Asian section of your grocery store. Don’t confuse it with chili garlic sauce which is deep red in color and usually in a small jar with a green lid.

The sweet chili sauce helps lend a sweet and tangy flavor while also boosting both the garlic level and the spiciness.

Between the sweet chili sauce, McCormick Pepper, and McCormick Crushed Red Pepper, these Brussels sprouts have a kick over time. If you eat a couple you may think, “Oh they’re not that spicy”, but after eating half the tray (like I can do in sitting), you can definitely feel the spiciness. And I love that.

Roasted Brussels Sprouts {Two Ways In One} - An EASY way to try TWO different versions of Brussels Sprouts in one!! There's Sweet and Spicy Sprouts AND Traditional Roasted Sprouts! So different and both SO GOOD!!

Traditional Roasted Brussels Sprouts

On the other side of the baking sheet, there’s these more traditionally-flavored Brussels Sprouts. Nothing smells more classically Thanksgiving to me than sage and thyme.

I tossed these sprouts in olive oil, McCormick Ground SageMcCormick Ground ThymeMcCormick Sea Salt, and McCormick Black Pepper or McCormick Black & White Pepper.

These sprouts will be the perfect complement to your turkey and stuffing because they share a similar flavor profile.

Check out more of McCormick’s tasty side dishes including Glazed Brussels Sprouts, Classic Herb Stuffing, Oven Roasted Sweet Potatoes, and Classic Mashed Potatoes. Their spices will help your food taste top-notch.

Roasted Brussels Spouts {Two Ways In One} - An EASY way to try TWO different versions of Brussels Sprouts in one!! There's Sweet and Spicy Sprouts AND Traditional Roasted Sprouts! So different and both SO GOOD!!

Easy and Healthy

Not only do both versions of the Brussels sprouts taste great, but this is such an easy side dish to prepare that will feed your holiday crowd.

And unlike many holiday foods that are loaded with fat and guilt, you can feel good about serving up this naturally vegan and gluten-free side dish.

Actually I love Brussels sprouts so much that I would be happy with them as the main dish. No shame in admitting my sprout love.

Roasted Brussels Sprouts {Two Ways In One} - An EASY way to try TWO different versions of Brussels Sprouts in one!! There's Sweet and Spicy Sprouts AND Traditional Roasted Sprouts! So different and both SO GOOD!!

Here’s a video showing you how I make these Brussels Sprouts, two ways.

Other Favorite Holiday Side Dish Recipes:

Roasted Brussels Sprouts {Two Ways In One} - An EASY way to try TWO different versions of Brussels Sprouts in one!! There's Sweet and Spicy Sprouts AND Traditional Roasted Sprouts! So different and both SO GOOD!!

Roasted Brussels Sprouts {Two Ways in One}

Roasted Brussels Sprouts {Two Ways in One} – An EASY way to try TWO different versions of Brussels Sprouts in one!! There’s Sweet and Spicy Sprouts AND Traditional Roasted Sprouts! So different and both SO GOOD!!

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Ingredients:

Sweet and Spicy Roasted Brussels Sprouts

Traditional Roasted Brussels Sprouts

Directions:

  1. Preheat oven to 425F and line a baking sheet with aluminum foil for easier cleanup; set aside.
  2. Sweet And Spicy Roasted Brussels Sprouts – To one side of the baking sheet, add the Brussels sprouts, evenly drizzle with sesame oil, sweet red chili sauce; evenly sprinkle with the garlic powder, pepper, and crushed red pepper. Toss well with your hands to coat evenly. Turn all sprouts so the cut side is down.
  3. Traditional Roasted Brussels Sprouts – To the other side of the baking sheet, add the Brussels sprouts, evenly drizzle with olive oil, evenly sprinkle with the sage, thyme, salt, and pepper. Toss well with your hands to coat evenly. Turn all sprouts so the cut side is down.
  4. Optionally make a barrier with aluminum foil to divide the two sides.
  5. Bake for 12 to 15 minutes, remove baking sheet from the oven, and flip all sprouts so the cut side is up.
  6. Optionally add additional sweet chili sauce to the Sweet and Spicy side.
  7. Return baking sheet to the oven and bake for an additional 15 minutes, or until sprouts are as done as desired. Serve immediately.
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7 comments on “Roasted Brussels Sprouts {Two Ways in One}”

  1. I want to try these sprouts!! I usually go the balsamic route but I love the seasonings in both of these and have everything except fresh sprouts. It’s grocery day so I’ll report back!

  2. Aren’t Brussels sprouts just the best? I can’t wait to try the spicy version!

  3. I am baking Brussels spouts and I am using a lot of condiments. Trying your recipe next time. Thanks!

  4. Loved these!!!! Hard to pick a favorite between the two–the sweet chili version is very creative and worked so well. I ended up making chicken and did half with your sweet chili marinade and the other half with the same savory spices as the sprouts. We all but polished off the entire pan of brussels–yum!

    Rating: 5
    • Thanks for the five star review and I’m glad that it was hard to pick a favorite! Glad you were able to make some chicken with my marinade too. I can totally relate to almost polishing off a tray of sprouts in a sitting :)

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